Although it affects a large percentage of men, Premature ejaculation is considered taboo. Physiological, psychological and even genetic factors can generate this disorder that although treatable, embarrasses many.
Achieving a 100% accurate diagnosis of Premature Ejaculation requires to pay a visit to a specialist and receive the appropriate symptoms evaluation and treatment.
Causes of premature ejaculation
Although according to the Mayo Clinic the official cause of premature ejaculation is unknown, as it was thought that its origin was mainly psychological, it’s currently considered to involve a higher number of factors, making it a more complex affliction.
1. Psychological causes
Trauma: Since first approaches to erotism are so relevant to sexual development, in the long run, men can develop shocks related to experiences that pressured them to achieve an immediate ejaculation: Fear of being discovered, feelings of guilt, lack privacy, strict parents, among others.
Anxiety: the anguish related to keeping an erection can cause premature ejaculation in men with erectile dysfunction problems since the pressure to satisfy their partner ends up displacing their enjoyment.
Couple issues: Both anorgasmia and premature ejaculation can appear when a relationship is experiencing difficulties. Fights, jealousy, infidelity and lack of love can block the sexual enjoyment contributing to the emergence of these problems
Inexperience: Lack of sexual experience can generate a high state of stress and expectation that it can stop the pleasure sensations completely.
Therefore, one of the initial treatments of premature ejaculation is the naturalization of the sexual relationship through masturbation by yourself and with your couple’s help.
2. Biological causes
Of physiological origin: Specific causes of premature ejaculation are treatable once diagnosed:
- Hormonal and Thyroid disorders.
- Neurochemical Abnormalities that affect neurotransmission can become ejaculatory
- Ejaculatory system Reflexes problems.
- Urethra or prostate malformations.
- Hereditary factors.
- Surgical interventions or traumas involving nervous capacity.
3. External factors
Also, some external factors reduce sexual development and once detected, will allow the restoration of a satisfactory sexual performance:
- High Alcohol consumes.
- Drug abuse.
- Med’s: Some medications can interfere with ejaculation.
Consult a specialist if you are under any particular treatment.
4. Excessive friction
At a purely mechanical level, sexual pleasure lies in genitals friction. Reducing friction through lubricants and condoms can help delay the climax and improve the sexual experience for you and your partner.